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Court of Appeals Wrestles Again with an Equitable Subrogation Claim in a Dispute Between Two Mortgage Lenders: Foster Swift

In a case involving a complex set of facts, the Michigan Court of Appeals (the “Court”) recently published an opinion concerning a priority dispute between mortgage lenders involving the doctrine of equitable subrogation. — Read on Advertisements


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  • How Interpreters Aid Access to Justice January 16, 2020
    For a criminal defendant with limited English proficiency, or who has a hearing impairment, a skilled courtroom interpreter is a vital part of the justice system. Like court-appointed attorneys, interpreters enable defendants to understand proceedings and assist in their own defense. The role of court interpreters is the theme of a newly released Knowledge Seminar […]
  • Federal Judges Help Students Learn Civility Skills January 10, 2020
    The loudest voices may prevail at a townhall meeting, at a demonstration, or in the stands at a football game, but in courtrooms, civility and rationality win the day even when the stakes – and the emotions – are high. Civil Discourse and Difficult Decisions is a flagship program of the federal Judiciary’s outreach to students […]
  • Members of PACER User Group Selected January 9, 2020
    Twelve people from diverse backgrounds in the law, media, government, and academia have been selected for a new public user group to provide advice and feedback on ways to improve the Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) service and other electronic public access services provided by the Judiciary. The group is expected to hold […]
  • Chief Justice Roberts Issues 2019 Year-End Report December 31, 2019
    Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., has issued his 2019 Year-End Report on the Federal Judiciary.
  • Courthouse Playroom Helps Youngsters Share American Dream December 18, 2019
    In a typical week, federal judges in Chicago naturalize hundreds of new American citizens at the Everett M. Dirksen U.S. Courthouse. Shortly before a recent ceremony, the court opened a special welcoming space to help youngsters share in their families’ dreams.
  • Now Cherished, Bill of Rights Spent a Century in Obscurity December 12, 2019
    The Bill of Rights is among our nation’s most admired documents, guaranteeing broad personal liberties and inspiring some of the federal courts’ most famous and polarizing cases.
  • ‘Journey to Justice’: An Inside Look at Federal Criminal Trials December 4, 2019
    A panel discussion featuring two federal judges, and a federal prosecutor and defender, aided by a video of a crime in progress, provide a probing inside look at how federal criminal trials unfold.
  • Building Diversity on the Bankruptcy Bench November 19, 2019
    At a national diversity forum, federal judges sought to demystify the workings of the bankruptcy bench as a way to encourage law students and attorneys to take an interest in the practice area.
  • 2019 Director’s Awards Presented for Leadership, Excellence, Bravery November 14, 2019
    Employees from 10 federal courts have received the 2019 Director’s Awards, which recognize outstanding performance, innovation, and dedication by employees throughout the Judiciary each year.
  • Double Duty: Reflections of an Army General and Clerk of Court November 7, 2019
    In honor of Veterans Day on Nov. 11, Marcia M. Anderson shares her rare perspective on military and civilian service.